Blogs on Patch: Home Buyer Advice; Library Vote

And across Patch this week, bloggers pay tribute to Newtown, CT.

Main Street in Ossining
Main Street in Ossining
By Sarah Studley and Penny Riordan

Patch bloggers write about a variety of our topics on our site. Bloggers use the platform to share photos, offer tips on a specific topic or promote volunteer activities.

This week in the Hudson Valley, here's a look at what some bloggers had to say:

Katonah-based The Harvey School posted a notice about an upcoming special appearance by New York Yankees Manager Joe Girardi.

Leading up to Tuesday's hotly-contested New City Library vote, bloggers on all sides shared their thoughts with Patch's audience.

Group Save Katonah Lewisboro Schools posted a video in its blog encouraging residents to "get informed" about Board of Education issues, including the proposal to shut down an elementary school.

The Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce said the annual tree lighting and holiday sing-a-long was "a big success" in an update this week.

Nanuet-based realtor Linda DeFilippo shared some tips for locals looking to invest in a new home.

The Village of Ossining is keeping residents abreast of some major residential developments making progress in the downtown area.

And across Patch nationwide this week, some bloggers paid tribute to Newtown as the Sandy Hook tragedy reaching the one-year mark:

A North Carolina blogger woman continues to blog on Newtown Patch wishing the community well: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa in Heaven: and 26 Brighter Stars.

Parents from Newtown reflect on the last year: Natalie's Kitchen - One Year Later.

Patch is open platform where readers can post, comment and recommend stories on the site. Any user is welcome to blog, by going to the ‘blogs’ tab from the homepage. Email Community Editor Sarah Studley at sarah.studley@patch.com for more information.


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